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Dhirajlal Gandhi College of Technology

Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Centre for

Quality Checking of
Lighting System

CENTRE FOR

Renewable Energy &
Industrial Drives

Centre for

Electrical
Estimation

About Labs

Description

  • Control and designing
  • Experimentation with Electrical and Electromechanical systems
  • Demonstration on FEEDBACK designed equipment
MAJOR EQUIPMENTS
  • Process simulate controller
  • Digital Storage Oscilloscope
  • Cathode Ray Oscilloscope
  • DC Motor & Generator
  • Position Control System
  • Synchro Transmitter & Receiver
  • Transducers

Description

Power Electronics and Drives is an important laboratory for the students who are pursuing undergraduate programs in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering. Through this lab students can demonstrate and simulate different experiments like Power semiconductor device characters, AC to DC Rectifiers, DC to AC Inverters, DC to DC converters, AC to AC voltage controllers and motor control applications.

MAJOR EQUIPMENTS
  • SCR, MOSFET, TRIAC and IGBT device characteristics
  • Single phase half and fully controlled converter
  • MOSFET based step up and step down choppers
  • IGBT based single phase PWM inverter
  • IGBT based three phase PWM inverter
  • Switched mode power converter
  • SCR &TRIAC based single phase AC voltage controller
  • Cyclo converter
  • Dual regulated DC power supply
  • Cathode ray oscilloscope
  • Isolation transformer
  • Single phase auto transformer
  • DC and AC meters in different ranges
  • MATLAB/SIMULINK Software

Description

The Electrical Machines I & II labs aim at providing a platform for students to perform experiments which explain the working principle and characteristics for various types of DC Motors, DC Generators, Alternators and AC Motors. In this lab, students had the possibilities to test the efficiency of various tests to determine the efficiency and performance characteristics which are useful in determining the suitable motors or generators according to their applications. In this lab students have the chances to learn about the construction, working principle, performance characteristics and testing of the DC and AC machines, it makes industry ready engineers serve the society.

MAJOR EQUIPMENTS

DC shunt motor, DC series motor, DC shunt generators, DC series generators, DC compound motor, DC compound generator, Induction motors, Transformers, Synchronous motor, Non salient pole alternators, Salient pole alternators.

Description

The Electrical Machines I & II labs aim at providing a platform for students to perform experiments which explain the working principle and characteristics for various types of DC Motors, DC Generators, Alternators and AC Motors. In this lab, students had the possibilities to test the efficiency of various tests to determine the efficiency and performance characteristics which are useful in determining the suitable motors or generators according to their applications. In this lab students have the chances to learn about the construction, working principle, performance characteristics and testing of the DC and AC machines, it makes industry ready engineers serve the society.

MAJOR EQUIPMENTS

DC shunt motor, DC series motor, DC shunt generators, DC series generators, DC compound motor, DC compound generator, Induction motors, Transformers, Synchronous motor, Non salient pole alternators, Salient pole alternators.

Description

Engineering Practice Lab is one of the important labs for all branches of first year students who are pursuing undergraduate programs. The aim of this lab is to provide exposure to the students with hands on experience on various basic engineering practices in Civil, Mechanical, Electrical and Electronics Engineering.

MAJOR EQUIPMENTS
  • Autotransformer
  • Megger
  • Single Phase Energy meter
  • Range Finder
  • Wattmeter
  • Ammeter and Voltmeter
  • Cathode ray oscilloscope
  • Regulated Power supplies (Single Variable & Fixed)
  • Digital Multimeters
  • IC
  • Choke

Description

The emerging treads for electrical engineering are the study of Renewable energy harvesting, its issues for energy extracting and its modern issues. A Hybrid Wind-Solar integrated renewable energy was established for undergraduate Engineers. Through this laboratory students can learn how the energy extracting from sun and wind sources and how the power electronics converters are used for stabilize the voltage fluctuations during seasonal changes and variation in wind flow.

MAJOR EQUIPMENTS
  • Solar Module (100W,24V)
  • Light Source Assembly for Simulated Solar
  • Charge Controller for solar module (12,10A)
  • Micro Wind Generator Module(12V,200W)
  • Blower Assembly for simulated Wind Source
  • Charge Controller for wind module (12,10A)
  • Off-grid Inverter (650VA,12V)
  • Battery Storage system with charge and discharge control (40Ah)
  • Control and Measuring Unit for solar and wind
  • 3Ph & 1Ph- Power Quality Monitor
  • Load Unit, Wind Anemometer
  • Digital Tacho and Lux meter

Description

MATLAB Software used for this lab interfaces the mathematical computing visualization and a powerful language to provide a flexible environment for technical computing in the areas of power electronics, control system, power system and electronic circuits. Furnished with high speed internet facilities in all the systems

MAJOR EQUIPMENTS
Personal Computer : 30 Nos. - Core i3 Processor, 500 GB HDD and 2 GB RAM
Server : 1 No. - Core i3 Processor, 500 GB HDD and 2 GB RAM
Simulation Software : MATLAB 2013a
Compliers : C, C++, Visual Basic, VC++
Laser Printer : 01

Description

In this lab, the students will acquire hands-on experience with electrical and electronic circuits. It gives knowledge of basic resistive circuits, natural and step responses of RLC networks and analysis of sinusoidal AC networks containing resistive, capacitive, and inductive circuit elements. Provide the students the experience of designing, constructing, testing, and debugging Electrical and Electronic circuits. It is designed to provide students with fundamental concepts of Electrical and Electronic Circuits for lab experience. Application of simulation tools (PSPICE/MATLAB/MUTISIM) to understand the circuit characteristics. The basic electrical laws and phenomena are demonstrated after being discussed in the electric circuit courses. It facilitates the students to design Electrical and Electronic circuits and to measure and document performance of electronic circuits.

MAJOR EQUIPMENTS
Regulated Power Supply: 0 –15 V D.C 10 Nos
Function Generator : 10 Nos
Single Phase Energy Meter : 1 Nos
CRO (30MHz) : 10 Nos
Digital Storage Oscilloscope (20 MHz): 1 Nos
Pspice / Matlab /other Equivalent software Package) with PC : 5
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Dhirajlal Gandhi College of Technology

TNEA Code : 2345

Opposite Salem Airport, Sikkanampatty (po),

Omalur (Tk), Salem - 636 309.

Tel : + (04290) - 233333
Mail : principal@dgct.ac.in, office@dgct.ac.in
College Hours : 9:00am - 5:00pm